When you send an email, you’re sending a message, but the message you send could be far more powerful if you add a custom signature. WiseStamp makes it easy to add a custom signature to your email accounts.
What is WiseStamp?
WiseStamp is a free service that lets you add customized signatures to personalize your email accounts. An email signature is information that gets automatically added to the end of your email messages when you send them. The signature appears in the draft of the email so you can delete the signature in the draft if you don’t want to include it for a particular message.
Here’s an example of my WiseStamp email signature that’s automatically added to the end of my email messages:
WiseStamp helps you design and add your signature to your email easily, with dozens of features available. You can add images, links, RSS feeds, music and video to your signature. WiseStamp works with most major email providers.
Here’s a video showing how WiseStamp works:
WiseStamp has been around for a while, with over 450 million WiseStamp emails sent from over 17 million users in more than 225 different countries.
What You Can Add to Your WiseStamp Signature
With WiseStamp you can include your contact information, personal photo and/or company logo. You can customize the color, size and font of your signature, as well as add a border and background color.
You can add social media icons with links to your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Flickr accounts. You can add links to your chat ID’s from instant messaging sites such as Skype, AIM, Google Chat and Yahoo. You can add a QR code that links to a website.
You signature doesn’t have to be a constant. WiseStamp can update your signature with the latest information that you post. Your Wise Stamp signature can include your most recent:
- Pin on Pinterest
- Video on YouTube
- Posts on Facebook, Google+, Twitter and Tumblr
You can add a feed to so that a link to your latest blog post appears in your signature.
You can share the music you like. WiseStamp lets you add a Music App to your signature that links to your favorite last song on Pandora, Last.fm or Blip.fm.
WiseStamp can also help you be inspirational, while doing the hard work for you. You can add a Random Quote app, choosing from Loving, Inspirational, Funny, Life & Lessons, and Success. You can even add keywords so the apps will find quotes related to the keyword. Or you can add your own quotes.
You can also display interesting facts with the Did You Know? app.
An update to WiseStamp earlier this year lets you add your latest Pinterest, Twitter and YouTube postings to the side of your email message.
How You Can Use WiseStamp
–If you have a business, you can link to your website and include your company logo.
–If you’re looking to get more Twitter followers, include your latest Tweet for people to retweet and a Twitter icon for people to follow you on Twitter.
–If you sell on Etsy or eBay, you can have WiseStamp display your most recent listing.
–If you have a blog, WiseStamp can display a link to your latest blog post.
–If you’re a mobile app developer, you can include links to your app on iTunes and Google Play.
–If you support a cause, you can link to the cause in your email signature.
–If you want to dress up your email signature to express yourself, you can add pretty much whatever you want!
Want some inspirational WiseStamp ideas? Check out the WiseStamp Pinterest board for User Email Signatures.
Getting Started with WiseStamp
To begin using WiseStamp, you first create an account. Go to WiseStamp.com and log in with Facebook or create an account using your email address. You’ll be guided through a few easy steps to create your custom signature.
Take some time to explore all that you can do with your signature. Experiment and see what your signature looks like in the Preview mode.
You then connect WiseStamp with your email account. If you only have one email account you can add WiseStamp directly to your email account. If you have more than one email account and want to use the same signature with all of your email accounts, you can add a WiseStamp browser extension to Chrome or Firefox.
Note that not all email accounts are supported but many are, from providers such as:
You can find out more information about getting started from the WiseStamp website.
WiseStamp is free to use, with paid plans available offering added features:
The free version includes a link to WiseStamp in the signature which can be removed with a paid plan. I suggest you try out the free version first and then decide later if it’s worth upgrading to the paid version.
Note that WiseStamp signatures only appear on emails sent from your computer. WiseStamp is not yet enabled for emails sent from mobile devices.
Make your email signature your own by adding images, social media links, feeds, videos, music and more!
Have you added a signature to your email messages? Have you tried WiseStamp yet? What will you include on your WiseStamp signature? Let us know in the Comments section below!